MIlan – Appear more dominant and had led the match, Inter Milan finally fell at the hands of Juventus. The manager Roberto Mancini calling them apes in the game.
Playing at the Stadio Giuseppe Meazza on Saturday (05/16/2015), Inter failed to reap the full points. Nerazzurri defeated Juve with a thin score 1-2.
In fact, Inter had led 1-0 in the ninth minute. Mauro Icardi goals make superior host. However, the position changed in the second half. Juventus could be back ahead through a penalty goal Claudio Marchisio and Alvaro Morata.
Inter should have a minimum of grabbing a draw from the game. Morata goal should not happen. The goal was created because of carelessness Inter goalkeeper Samir Handanovic. Soccernet also noted the Inter dominant in the possession of up to 66%, and fired a shot into the goal Juve up to 20 times with seven of them shot on goal. Juve only make 14 shots with four goals targeted.
“We’ve played pretty good in the first half and could be 2-0, 3-0 or more. In my view, we fail to reduce the pressure,” Mancini said as quoted by Football Italia.
“After the break we conceded because of our own mistakes. I think we played better than Juve, but just have such a provision is not enough in a game like this. Therefore, we also need to hockey,” he said.